All the evidence points to 2020 as a banner year for celebrating creative, hands-on learning in the DC area, and KID Museum is excited to be at the forefront of this effort.
As we enter a new decade that promises to bring exciting innovations in education, technology, and work, KID Museum and Washington International School’s Professional Development Collaborative are thrilled to present the first-ever Remake Learning Days-DMV festival this spring — as part of a nationwide observance called Remake Learning Days Across America.
From April 23 to May 16, Remake Learning Days-DMV will expose area kids, parents, caregivers, and educators to a wide variety of fun and engaging learning experiences that promote creativity, perseverance and curiosity. The festival spotlights the value of active learning that can best prepare kids for the future economy — with both necessary technical skills and the mindset and confidence to invent solutions to future challenges.
In recognition of Remake Learning Days-DMV, organizations across the community — including schools, museums, libraries, after-school organizations, and more — will host hands-on educational activities for youth of all ages (pre-K through high school). Most activities will be free and open to the public.
Produced in partnership with PBS Kids and Digital Harbor, Remake Learning Days festivals will take place this spring in 14 regions across the country. KID Museum is honored to help bring this unique educational initiative to the DC area for the first time. Stay tuned for more information to come as we begin to announce events for this exciting new venture!